On June 9, HHMI investigator Ron Evans will deliver a public talk, "Unlocking Ability: What Can Research Teach Us About Exercise?"
Investigadores del HHMI han identificado dos drogas que imitan muchos de los efectos fisiológicos del ejercicio.
HHMI researchers have identified two drugs that mimic many of the physiological effects of exercise.
The birth of new neurons appears to facilitate certain types of complex learning.
Mother's milk can turn toxic if the molecular pathways that govern its production are disrupted.
La leche materna puede volverse tóxica si se descomponen las vías moleculares que gobiernan su producción.
HHMI investigators Ronald M. Evans and Robert J. Lefkowitz, together with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine professor Solomon H. Snyder, have been awarded the Albany Medical Center's 2007 Prize in Medicine and Biomedical Research.
Joan A. Steitz and Ronald M. Evans have received the Gairdner International Award.
Researchers have produced a mouse with enough endurance to run twice as far as normal mice.
HHMI researchers discover a genetic switch that can dramatically reduce reduce fatty deposits in the coronary arteries of mice.
Investigadores del HHMI descubren un interruptor genético que puede reducir drásticamente los depósitos grasos de las arterias coronarias de ratones.
HHMI researchers uncover evidence of how high-fat diet can promote colon cancer.
Investigadores del HHMI descubren evidencias sobre cómo una dieta alta en grasas puede promover cáncer de colon.
Researchers find that a drug used to treat adult-onset diabetes may promote the formation of colorectal tumors.
HHMI Investigator Ronald M. Evans has found a new hormone that triggers cells to become fat cells.